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Saturday is National Train Day in which we all get together to ponder the glory that is railroading in the United States, including looking at two “heritage fleet” engines at Union Station (click!).     So, naturally, I went to the Browning-Kimball Classic Car Museum on Tuesday. What the heck, right?   The Car Museum will […]

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  By Charles Trentelman summicron12000@yahoo.com   There was indignation in Union Station’s repair shop Saturday morning over a letter to the editor in that day’s Standard-Examiner saying, essentially, that history was stupid.   The shop is full of people working their buns off to restore history, to bring it alive again. And some teacher’s aide […]

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Utah, where once upon a time a goat could eat your car’s license plate.   And, no, not because goats eat tin cans. They don’t, silly person.   I was killing time talking to Alex Jolin in the Union Station’s antique car museum. Alex, who sells real estate for a living, has a volunteer badge […]

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Note to Readers:  Charles Trentelman is a retired journalist and columnist from the Standard-Examiner, the daily newspaper in Ogden, Utah.  He moved to Union Station to tell the stories on this new blog of the people and objects that make up one of Utah’s most significant museums and museum collections, taking in antique cars, Browning […]

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